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Here is link to a nice little video about the watches Robert Loomes supplied to a Royal Gurkha Regiment expedition to climb Everest. I imagine there is a special connection between the Smiths movements, that Loomes modifies for their watches, … Continue reading
LIving where I do and producing this blog I felt obliged to post this photo from the Schofield website.
You can see the trailer here T he Watchmaker’s Apprentice is fundamentally a documentary about two very special men, whose skills are unparalleled in the world today – the only men in history to master an art so completely and perfectly, that between … Continue reading
This is an article from the beginning of the month. I am not sure if I agree with the choice of brands included, but as we have seen what constitutes “British” is not conclusive. Anyway I thought this was worth … Continue reading
ISince launching in 2013, British watch company Pinion has blossomed as a street-smart modern brand that wears its traditional influences lightly. Founder Piers Berry tells QP how he’s built a brand from nothing. By Chris Hall. It is a cold fact that only a minority of … Continue reading
BREMONT UNVEILS NEW TITANIUM BOEING TIMEPIECES WITH ADDED GMT FUNCTIONALITY Much of Bremont’s DNA is deeply rooted in aviation. Co-Founders Nick and Giles English, both pilots themselves, set out to make high quality watches of classic design durable enough to … Continue reading
This is an article from last February. It is still worth a read. hat’s the first country that comes to mind when you think of timepieces? Switzerland — that’s what we thought. Next? Maybe Japan or Germany. But there was … Continue reading